COMMUNITY JUSTICE, RESTORATIVE JUSTICE National Crime Victims Rights Week April 21-27, 2013
2013 National Crime Victims Rights Week - All events FREE and open to the public.
The Journey to Justice: Restorative Justice after Homicide. A home robbery left two murdered, after 18 years it became... Posted on 4/9/13 at 11:51 AM
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Commenting about the plan to develop a special playground honoring the memory of her three late daughters, Jessica Schaffhausen said she’d like to see the focus on Amara, Sophie and Cecilia – and more so on how they lived than how they died.
The 12-member Chamber of Commerce-sponsored group Leadership River Falls got busy Thursday, May 16, building for its civic-service project and installing River Falls’ third Little Free Library at the Eco Village being developed by the St. Croix Valley Habitat for Humanity.
Glen Park pool was set to open Memorial Day weekend, announced Parks and Rec Director Cindy Danke. She said a new liner is in and all ready to go and a brand new slide has been installed. Daily fees were $1.50 for those 5 and older, with season passes $25 each.
For anyone wondering if the road construction project at Radio Road and Hwy. 35N., which includes extending Paulson Road to Radio, would require demolishing the River Falls welcome sign, the answer is NO.
An honor celebration held May 15 at Kinnic Health and Rehab spotlighted the service of seven veterans living there. Each received a certificate of appreciation and a lapel pin that says: “A grateful nation thanks you, USA veteran.”
River Falls police had their hands full with a drunk 22-year-old male passenger around 1 a.m. Friday, May 17, at South Main and Broadway streets. The young man, from UW-River Falls, called himself a graduate, but when an officer checked on his welfare because he seemed sick, "the graduate" allegedly turned abusive, claiming he would be a doctor, then shouting at and cussing the officer, calling him uneducated and dumb, and later using racial insults.
River Falls resident and 21-year military veteran Bret VanBlaircom visited the April 23 City Council meeting to offer thanks to the city for signing a statement of support for troops and give information about his new role in the community. People may see him around town, paying visits to businesses and other types of employers.
Harmony Hair Design, of River Falls welcomes Stacia Hetrick, formerly from Off The Top, as their new stylist. Hetrick will work on Tuesdays and Thursdays from noon-8 p.m. and Fridays, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., providing haircuts, colors, foils, perms, plus manicures and pedicures. Call 715-425-9900 to schedule an appointment.
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